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ライフハッカー[日本版]

ライフハッカー[日本版]

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Unsorted life hacks From 43FoldersWiki Got a cool trick to share? Until we work out a good home, let's use this page to collect our favorite little life hacks. Reorganize as needed, and I guess eventually we'll come up with a better way to organize and categorize everything. View texts by #1 Matsuo Bashô (松尾芭蕉). Classical Japanese Database (home, authors, translators, texts, translations, references, help, scratchpad) Author #1. Matsuo Bashô (松尾芭蕉) (edit) Life hack Life hacking refers to any productivity trick, shortcut, skill, or novelty method to increase productivity and efficiency, in all walks of life; in other words, anything that solves an everyday problem of a person in a clever or non-obvious way. Coined in the 1980s in hacker culture, the term became popularized in the blogosphere and is primarily used by computer experts who suffer from information overload or those with a playful curiosity in the ways they can accelerate their workflow in ways other than programming. History[edit] Popularization[edit] The term was used in 2004 during the O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference in San Diego, California by technology journalist Danny O'Brien to describe the "embarrassing" scripts and shortcuts productive IT professionals use to get their work done.[2][4] After his presentation, use of the term life hack spread in the tech and blogging community.

Aozora Bunko recommendations for advanced learners Joined: Apr 2016 Posts: 7 Thanks: 1 Hi everyone! I've been using Aozora Bunko lately for reading practice and it's a fantastic resource (recently finished Dazai's 人間失格 which I loved). Only problem is I'm a bit overwhelmed by large selection and unsure where to go next. Looking at past threads it seems there's been a variety of discussion about resources there for beginners (children's books etc.) but very little about those for more advanced learners. Does anyone who's used the site have any personal recommendations?

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free audiobook on youtube (2016-06-20, 4:17 pm)cophnia61 Wrote: I' using these audiobooks to improve my listening ability and I feel some improvements. But I wonder how are they in order of difficulty?For example the first 6 mins of this: do you put it in terms of jlpt? if I take the jlpt n3, the listening section will be more difficult than this? New manga OCR reader (capture2text alternative) Hi all, capture2text was not very suitable for manga reading, so I made better alternative: Advantages over capture2text: Automatic text extraction, just one click to read. No precise and annoying selections needed.

japanese videogames with scripts/furigana etc. japanese videogame scripts: --------------------------------- Chrono Trigger [jp/en]** Chrono Cross [JP] [EN] (PSN: 800円) Dragon Quest I [jp/en] Dragon Quest II,III,IV,V [JP] vn2srs - Create flashcards based on Visual Novels Joined: Oct 2011 Posts: 37 Thanks: 0 Ok I'll start. I think this is an excellent idea, I'd like to use Clannad and School Days to make some flashcards. Most of the dialog in Clannad is unvoiced IIRC, whereas School Days has some fully animated scenes. There is also a licensed U.S. release for School Days HQ that is in english. Top Japanese kindle books sorted by difficulty It seems a lot of people here are struggling to find material at their level. Finding books which difficult enough to learn from but easy enough to not make you want to quit altogether is ... difficult. I've built a small solution for this called Read Your Level: it will help you find books which match your difficulty level using an automatically generated easiness algorithm, as well as showing you the count of each Kanji in the first 6000 characters. It links directly to the Amazon page, where you can download a free sample of the book (you don't actually need a Kindle), see a description, reviews, etc.

Subtitles or transcript for Monster? Kodorakun, thank you. I'm still in RTK-ville at the moment, just trying to look ahead and figure out what I'll be using for material later. This series would be my ideal. My hope was to make a subs2srs deck with audio or audio/video of the whole series, but I don't think that's going to happen . From what I've found out so far:

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